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- called Early Harappan and Late Harappan in the same area; for this reason, the Harappan civilisation is sometimes called the Mature Harappan to distinguish...
- Harappan may refer to: Aspects related to Harappa, an archaeological site (c. 3300–1600 BC) and city in Punjab in northeast ****stan The Indus Valley Civilization...
- The Harappan language (a.k.a. the Indus or Mohenjo-Daro language) is the unknown language or languages of the Bronze Age (2nd millennium BC) Harappan civilization...
- acres) with clay brick houses at its greatest extent during the Mature Harappan phase (2600 BC – 1900 BC), which is considered large for its time. Per...
- The Indus script (also known as the Harappan script) is a corpus of symbols produced by the Indus Valley Civilisation. Most inscriptions containing these...
- Harappan architecture is the architecture of the Indus Valley Civilization, an ancient people who lived in the Indus Valley from about 3300 BCE to 1300...
- the lower flood-prone area is called Khadar. Most sites of the Mature Harappan Civilisation (aka Indus Valley Civilisation) (2600-1900 BCE) are actually...
- "Early Harappan or antecedent Harappan". Other nearby sites belonging to IVC include Balu, Haryana, Kunal, Haryana, Banawali etc. Traces of pre-Harappan culture...
- Indus Valley Civilization/Harappan city. Dholavira’s location is on the Tropic of Cancer. It is one of the five largest Harappan sites and most prominent...
- occupation of this site is termed 'Kot Dijian', which is pre-Harappan, or early formative Harappan. At the earliest layer, Kot Diji I (2605 BC), copper and...
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